Nenad Motika took these great shots, and says “A few sheep from Triglav mountain (in Slovenia.) They are not afraid of climbers :).”
..you could BONK into a window. Everything is OK, though- so says Elizabeth C.!
“Little Beaky McBeakersons flew into my window and knocked herself out. There are a billion kittehs in my ‘hood so I consulted the wisdom of the Interwebs that suggested I pick her up and keep her cozy until she recovered. I’m happy to report Beaky McBeakersons is now recovered and has flown away to be with all her bird-buddies – but not without letting me skritch her teeeeeeeenny birdhead first! SQUEE! I’m from Toronto and the city has a great site about what to do when birdies hit the glass.”
I don’t mean to be a pane but it’s not easy being transparent.
Delicately dainty snailio photos by Helen Nelson of The Good Earth. Thanks to sender-inner Zoë.
Without a doubt a couple of these are Nosevember candidates…but we can’t wait 6 months.
Greer B. (full name = best name ever) sent these in. “This is Fig (a.k.a. Figgy Smalls, Fig Poppa, The Notorious F.I.G.)! She’s always patient with me…which is surprising, considering I have an annoying habit of balancing things on her incredibly flat head. Thanks for your time and for keeping up such a fun site!”
From Michelle G.
Or, as the Parc Zoologique & Botanique de Mulhouse in France would say, “Voila!”, which literally means, jeepers creepers where’d ya get those peepers?
Dimbi, the blue-eyed black lemur, a critically endangered species (boo, hiss), was born on March 8 (yay!) and just recently made his first public appearance.
See for yourself!
And you can see even more about Dimbi over at Zooborns.